Flu season is approaching and it’s time to get vaccinated. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends vaccinations for everyone older than six months.
The Milwaukee Police Department’s new body camera policy covers how the cameras are to be used and where the information will be stored.
Doors Open Milwaukee will showcase six central city attractions during its free event, which runs Sept. 19 and 20.
Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers benefit from the efforts of Community HealthCorps members, many of whom go on to work in health care.
Various faith leaders and community residents participated in Greater Together’s recent Open Prayer for Racial and Economic Equality at Redeemer Lutheran Church.
Milwaukee residents looking to plant and harvest a garden this summer can find contact information here for community gardens around the city.
Brandon Culpepper is using his mentoring program, PeppNation, to bring nontraditional sports to Milwaukee youth while teaching them skills such as teamwork and discipline. The program also helps bridge divides between communities.
Bob Olin has owned the Sherman Perk Coffee Shop for 14 years. He knows what is important to the community by the conversations customers have in his shop.
The Friends of Clinton & Bernice Rose Park plans to organize community activities, maintain the park and raise funds. The group recently held its first meeting to hear ideas for the park from residents.
Determined to make a difference, author Zeynab Ali is using her family’s experience with the Somali civil war and refugee camps in Kenya to raise awareness about issues in Africa. These stories and a historical narrative of Somalia will be included in her upcoming book.